Rains and Corn (especially ‘Bhutta’-Corn on the Cob) go hand in hand. The fresh smell of the mud when it rains urges you to eat something steaming hot with a hot cup of Chai (tea). Steaming Corn Chat is another favourite ‘Corn-Monsoon’ recipe. Corn Chaat with a glass of garam garam (hot) chai _________________________________________________________Corn Chat recipe
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A unique combination of fresh eggplants and Lentils, tempered with flavorful spices makes this comforting Maharashtrian staple -Dal Vanga.
This July Weekend Breakfast Blogging (WBB) has come blog hopping to My Foodcourt. This immensely popular event is a brainchild of our favourite Doc, Dr.Nandita Iyer of Saffron Trail (for those of you who don’t know this yet).Nandita, I am absolutely delighted, that I got this opportunity to host this event (my debut as an event host), thank you. WBB#13 -Oats This month let us propagate the goodness of Oats with WBB.Yes that’s our theme for Weekend Breakfast Blogging (WBB#13) for July – Oats.
Pithla is the perennial ‘comfort food’ for most Maharashtrians. Piping hot Pithla coupled with Bhakri or Rice or Roti is like a reward after a long day at work. This humble dish requires only a handful of simple ingredients and can be churned out within minutes. It’s a handy recipe when you are either out of stock for veggies or guests visit you unannounced or when you long for your Mom’s food! Like every recipe Pithla has many variations. What I make is the spicy version with lots of onion, garlic and green chillies. Depending on whether you want to…
My little one’s first day at playschool today. I am not able to post a new recipe today for my Monsoon Magic series. I Promise to post a recipe in a day or two.. Meanwhile, enjoy these mouthwatering Chaats. [rockyou id=63368031&w=426&h=320]